This page is about the collocation utterly ridiculous
collocation pattern: adverb + adjective
completely ridiculous or unreasonable
- You'll look utterly ridiculous if you dress like a teenager when you're sixty.
- The idea that you can learn a language just by memorizing long vocab lists is utterly ridiculous.
Other collocations in which "utterly" is used to intensify a negative quality include "utterly useless", "utterly devoid of" and "utterly incapable of".
If what you say is utterly ridiculous, people will
Contributor: Matt Errey